Barbara Kucinski, Ph.D.


Contact

4213 Sennott Square 210 S. Bouquet St.

Pittsburgh, PA 15260

kucinski@pitt.edu

Phone:

412-624-4539

Fax:

412-624-4428

Biography

Research Interests: Principles of learning (specifically classical and operant conditioning processes, interaction between psychological factors and health, interaction between environmental cues and addictive behaviors

Accepting Graduate Students: No

Panther Psychology Club, Faculty Advisor

Psi Chi National Honors Society, University of Pittsburgh Chapter, Faculty Advisor

Degrees

  • Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh

Awards

  • Ampco-Pittsburgh Prize for Excellence in Advising (2010)

Publications

  • Publication 128

    Kucinski, B.J., Antelman, S.M., Caggiula, A.R., Fowler, H., Gershon, S., Edwards, D.J. (1999). Cocaine-induced oscillation is conditionable. Pharmacology, Biochemistry & Behavior, 63(3), 449-455.

  • Publication 127

    Kucinski, B.J., Antelman, S.M., Caggiula, A.R., Fowler, H., Gershon, S., Edwards, D.J., Austin, MC. (1998). Oscillatory effects of repeated morphine on shock-induced hypoalgesia and beta-endorphin. Synapse, 30(1), 30-37.

  • Publication 13

    Antelman, S.M., Caggiula, A.R., Edwards, D.J., Gershon, S., Kucinski, B.J., Kiss, S., Kocan, D. (2000). Long-term oscillation of corticosterone following intermittent cocaine. Journal of Neural Transmission, 107(3), 369-375.